Troop deployments, FBI crackdowns, deplatforming, and infighting seem to have deterred a bigger turnout of the far right across the country.
Online neo-Nazis are ecstatic with the violence taking place on Capitol Hill, many believing this to be the moment to kick off a "race war."
The Canadian Association for Free Expression, led by self-described white nationalist Paul Fromm, received money from the Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy.
The pair were arrested in Europe following a VICE report linking the Base to a mink farm arson in Sweden.
Utilizing chat records and phone calls, Motherboard gained unprecedented access to the Base as they dealt with the FBI arresting seven members earlier this year.
The messaging app markets itself as a better alternative to WhatsApp, but it’s not as secure as you think.
Several members and a recruit to the neo-Nazi terror group the Base described the Proud Boys as part of the journey into far-right extremism.
Secret recordings show Patrik Mathews snuck into the U.S. and hid for months, during which time he wanted members of the Base to take advantage of all he had to offer.
The leader of the neo-Nazi group the Base described his group's "self-defense" mission in a Holocaust museum during the news segment.
Justen Watkins, 25, of Bad Axe, Michigan, who has claimed to be a current leader of the group, has been arrested by the FBI.
The Lafayette Police Department fired the recruit officer less than 24 hours after Twitter users flagged the Indiana cop's posts.